Although dated at
1907 this tram is not totally unlike those
running not long before the introduction of this
model. The last tram to be operational in London
was withdrawn in 1952.
This is the most
common of the first series models and is not the
most sophisticated in the range. It always
appeared in this colour with slight variations in
the style of the printing of the advertising
banners. Variations are limited to shape and
colour of the cow catcher (grey or white),
whether access to the upper deck is open or
closed and whether the wheels are metal or
plastic. The roof can be either cream or white.
Expect to pay over £40 for most examples. The
rarest variations have a grey baseplate rather
than the more common black. Expect to pay over
£200 if buying these rare models from a dealer.